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Unread 03-15-2013, 01:15 PM   #4
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I don't know where the reference to Burnt Ends in Texas comes from, that is a KC thing mostly, with a little bit from the South. East Texas does have a chopped brisket tradition is a small regional area.

Most all of the modern Texas tradition (as I understand it) is about sliced brisket, ordering lean (flat) or fat (point). My cousin, from North Texas (go Panhandle State Aggies , who knew there were rodeo scholarships?) said that brisket was supposed to be lean, and he always ordered the lean, the fat would make you weak.
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